Course Description

During the last decade there has been a substantial increase in the number of patients seeking invisible orthodontic treatment. This could be a result of the latest advancements of esthetic orthodontic techniques, such as aligner treatment. This treatment modality can fit in the modern lifestyle of patients, who are well informed that orthodontics is the basis of good dental health.

It has been proven that Invisalign aligners can deliver orthodontic forces in the required range, in order to effectively move teeth. The ClinCheck™ software, the major tool for programming orthodontic movements, has reached a point where the clinician has very precise control over the direction, magnitude and staging of the orthodontic forces delivered by the aligner. The advancement of the technique is also depicted in more demanding orthodontic movements, such as distalization and intrusion, which can be very efficiently performed with aligners alone. As far as teen treatment, the mandibular advancement feature, provides effects similar to traditional functional appliances. Regarding restorative cases, the Invisalign system brings interdisciplinary orthodontics to a whole new level, as the pre-prosthetic plan can be visualized at the very beginning of treatment, thereby providing better planning.

It is now well established that aligner treatment is an option that can address most types of malocclusion, enhancing accuracy in the treatment plan, adding efficiency to chair time and, most importantly, providing excellent treatment results.

Because of their clear material, Invisalign aligners are very well tolerated by adult patients, who find it easier to incorporate this type of orthodontic treatment into their lives, compared to traditional braces. Furthermore, aligners are removable and thus allow better oral hygiene; this is of ultimate importance in patients with a predisposition to periodontal problems.


Gina Theodoridis

Gina Theodoridis

  • Dr Gina Theodoridis obtained her orthodontic specialty at New York University , USA.
  • She fulfilled a Teaching Fellowship in Orthodontics in NYU where she  was a faculty member for two years.
  • She was awarded the Theodore L. Jerrold Memorial Award for Clinical Proficiency in 2000.
  • She has been practicing Invisalign since 2000 and lectures internationally about the technique. She has also lectured extensively about the combination of aligners and orthodontic mini implants.
  • She is the Clinical Team Manager of the Greek Orthodontic Aligner Study Group and a founding member of the Greek Orthodontic Aligner Society.
  • She maintains a private practice in Athens, Greece.
Dimitris Papageorgiou

Dimitris Papageorgiou

Graduated from the Dental School of the University of Athens in Greece Specialized in Orthodontics at TUFTS University School of Dental Medicine, Boston, U.S.A.
Military service at the Hellenic Air Force as an Orthodontist in the251 General Air Force Hospital
Clinical Invisalign Advisor for Greece, Cyprus, Bulgaria, Malta
Clinical Speaker for Invisalign
Member of the European Orthodontic Advisory Board of Align Technology
Reviewer for the American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics (2011-present)
Elected for three consecutive three-year terms as President of the Dental Society of Magnesia (1999-2008)
Elected as Representative of the Dental Society of Magnesia in the General Meeting of the Greek Dental Association (1999-2017), as well as a Member of the Disciplinary Council of Magnesia-Fthiotida (2011-present)
Numerous participations in Greek and International Conferences, as a guest speaker
Speaks fluently English and French
Dr. Papageorgiou, maintains a Private Practice limited to Orthodontics for children and adults, in Volos Greece, since 1996 Devotes his (minimum) free time to his wife and two sons, the sea and DIY

Christodoulos Laspos

Christodoulos Laspos

He received his DDS (1995) from the Dental School of the University of Athens. He was a research fellow in the TMJ and Orthodontic Department at the University of Rochester, Eastman Dental Center of Rochester, New York. His research focused on facial asymmetries of individuals born with unilateral cleft lip and palate. He specialised in orthodontics (Master of Dental Science)(1996-1999) in the College of Dentistry, University of Tennessee, Memphis. He specialised in individuals with craniofacial malformations (Craniofacial Fellowship)(1999-2000), in the University of Texas, Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, Texas.

Since the year 2000, he practices in his private orthodontic center in Limassol, Cyprus. He is the founder and director of the Cyprus Center for Clefts and Facial Deformities, “Medicleft” and of the “Chrysallida Foundation”, the Cyprus association of individuals with clefts and other craniofacial anomalies. He is the director of the Synergy Dental Academy that provides continuing education courses for dental professionals.

He is an Active member of the Angle Society of Europe, and Certified of the European Board of Orthodontics.

He published in European and American scientific journals and he lectures internationally on craniofacial malformations, orthognathic surgery, multidisciplinary approach, and new technologies in orthodontics.

He served as a president of the Cyprus Orthodontic Society (2010-2012) and he is the president elected of the European Orthodontic Society (2021).

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